Did You Know? is a weekly feature from the Center for State, Tribal, Local, and Territorial Support to inform your prevention activities. We invite you to read, share, and take action!
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January 18, 2019
- A new surveillance summary [PDF-2.5MB] shows that nearly all (96%) Legionnaires’ disease patients need care in a hospital.
- Public health investigations into Legionnaires’ disease cases and outbreaks require special skill sets across multiple disciplines.
- Public health professionals and others involved in water management programs can take a new training to learn how to reduce the risk for Legionnaires’ disease.
January 11, 2019
- Participation in cardiac rehabilitation after a cardiac-related event or procedure improves quality of life, reduces the risk of hospital readmission, and lowers the risk of death.
- Increasing cardiac rehabilitation rates from 20% to 70% would save 25,000 lives and prevent 180,000 hospitalizations in the United States each year.
- Public health professionals can help spread awareness about the importance of cardiac rehabilitation and implement systems and strategies to improve care for patients.
January 4, 2019
- CDC established 8 science-based standards and created a checklist [PDF-94KB] to help you develop or identify quality public health training products.
- CDC TRAIN, CDC’s online learning management system, has a Quality Training filter to help you easily find public health courses that meet all 8 standards.
- Public health professionals can visit CDC Learning Connection’s website and sign up for the monthly e-newsletter to stay up to date on quality trainings from CDC, other federal agencies, and federally funded partners.
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- Page last reviewed: January 18, 2019
- Page last updated: January 18, 2019
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